With the third day of rain in a row, Brooklyn Ramblings wants to take refuge in a good movie.
It's also perfect weather for losing yourself in a big museum. The Brooklyn Museum is still showing Graffiti, which is a retrospective about the early years of graffiti, along with a beautiful contemporary piece by Swoon. The Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson show has gotten less publicity but is, I think, an even better show. Also: On Photography: A Tribute to Susan Sontag is at the Met, and the Dada show at MOMA is supposed to be great.
For those of you who are hard-core, there's a ton of cool outdoor stuff going on (check first to make sure it hasn't been canceled): beach ride with Times Up // City Sol concert // Pretty Girls Make Graves at the McCarren Pool // Summerstage // Dance.
Photo: Shelter in the Rain by Ramperto